The aim of Translational Neuroscience is to integrate basic research of brain morphology and functional activity in vivo, with the needs of patients suffering from disorders of the Central Nervous System. The study of these disorders is a subject of Neurology, Psychiatry, and Neurosurgery.
The research paradigm of our division corresponds with the pro-innovative theory of trans-disciplinary validity. According to this theory, there is a concordance between the clinical and neuropsychological tests and the brain activity, measured via functional magnetic-resonance imaging.
Schizophrenia is one of the psychiatric disorders with the highest social burden, and auditory hallucinations are one of its most common manifestations. Despite advances in neuroscience, the underlying pathological process is not well understood.
Data from recent functional magnetic resonance ...
Medical Informatics Platform (MIP) is a global open access platform that allows hospitals and research centers around the world to share medical data. It enables online users to have effective access to accurate and relevant information about brain diseases while ...
Depression is among the most common socially significant diseases.
The aim of the project is to refine the diagnosis of depression by building on studies on functional magnetic-resonance imaging (MRI), magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRI) and neuroimmunology, and by finding a ...